Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-05-30, page 01
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Arcnaeollglcal & Historical Uuseum N. High St at IBth—I Traditionatl Ceremony Planned for New Beth Jacob Congregation Building June 29th IVlichol Gonley, author of "Visa to Moscow", is a French newspaper man. In Paris at the end of the war he met two Gla who proudly showed Jiim two Chagal! water colors they'd bought with their savings. Gordey, who then Was married to Chagall's daughter, doubted that the pictures were authentic. He brought the GIs to his father-in-law's studio, where the artiat saw that the pictures were fakes. "But maybe aomethlng can done," he consoled the distressed Gis. The artist washed away parts of the pictures and substituted his own work. He added more touches, then washed out the fake signature and made the sal¬ vage complete by painting his true signature, "Marc Chagall." Recently tho venerable SaraJi Adler was operated on for the re¬ moval of cataracts. She's the mother of the tribe of actors and ac¬ tresses which Include Stc-lla and Luther. "At your age, aren't you afraid of an operation?" Stella asked her . . . Mrs. Adler replied: "W6 had a saying—'If you're afraid of beat, don't go in the woods,'" The oper¬ ation proved successful, and when It was oveV the patient told the surg¬ eon: "I lied to you. When you asked my oge, I aald I was 80. I lied because I was afraid if I told you the truth you wouldn't operate." Then ahe revealed her true age, 94. Aubrey Eban, the Israeli Ambasftador. was the guest of honor at a UN showing of "The Faithful City," the movie made in Israel. When all the guesta were assemblf-d Ambassador Eban W£ia called upon to speak. "I find myself embarrassed, sandwiched between the newareel and the feoture." he said, "a position more conventionally and appro¬ priately occupied by Donald Duck." Time magazine'H personality sketch on Irytng Berlin was written by Joel Sayre, with the help of Berlin's daughter, Mai^ Ellin, who Is a Time researcher. She neglected to tell them one story Jn which she was involved-—an aftermath of the marriage between the cantor's song¬ writer son and socialite Clarence Mackey's daughter. Mrs. Berlin al¬ ways had their children celebrate the religious holidays of both faiths. One Yom Klppur she took thom to Temple Emamnu-El,. where they heard a cantor sing. "Your grandfather waa a cantor," Mrs. Berlin told the children . . . Mary. EUIn asked: '-'Grandpa Mackey was a cantor?"^ On June 29, famous rabbia from out of town will participate in traditional cprrmony crhlnoch Beth Haknesseth of tho Beth Jacob Congregation. In tho strict orthodox fashion, a rabbinate con¬ sisting of three of the greatest rnbbls of the time will, in the pre.'Jence of the officers and the entire community, lift tho holiness from the old Beth Jacob synagogue and declare the new synagogue on Bulen Ave. a holy place for Jewiah wbrshij). Pray¬ ers for the dead who worshipped In th'e did syna¬ gogue will be chanted prior to this ceremony. On the same Sunday, at 6 p. m., the Beth .Jacob Congregation building completion dinner will take place In the social hall of the new synagogue. Great personalities have been Invited lo addrpss' the nudlenco. The oommltteoH rnprcscntlng tho Congrcgatipn and the Sisterhood, consisting of Julius Weintraub, chairman; Louis M. Levin, Milton J. Leeman, Mor¬ ris Weinstock, Joe Swartz, Joe Steinberg, Mrs. H. Shiff, Mrs. Joe Swartz. Mrs. M. Goodman. Mrs. M. Woinatook and Rabbi Leopold Greenwald, appeal to the entire Jewiah community^o keep this date open and to come tf) witneaa thi,-- mSst impressive CQremony of a lifetime. Tickets for the banquet are now In the hands of the members of the committee who will viait every member and friend of Beth Jacob. s^fs: =i^ =»*= =M= =M* £^ Serving Columbus and Cenlral Ohio Jewfah Community \Vy\R Vol. 30, No. 22 COLUMBUS, OHIO. FRIDAY, MAY 80, 1982 ¦ voted to American .Id Jewish rdeftls Annual UIF Awards Dinner Thursday; To Honor Ralph Lazarus and 19S2 Campaign Leaders Confirmation, Receptions, Tomorrow Tomorrow fa Confirmation Day for Bryden Rd. and Broad St. temples and Agud&s Achim Congregation. Programs at the temples will start at 10 a. m., and at 10:30 at Agudas Achim. Parents of members of the confirmation classes of 1952 will hold receptions, to which aJJ frienda of confirmands are cordially invited: at Broad St. Temple, 3 p. m. to 5:00 Sunday; at Bryden Rd. Temple, 7 p. m. to 9:00, and at Agudas Achim. noon to 2 p. m. =0i= ' Ralph Lazarus, former president of the UJF; Troy Feibel, this year's Campaign chairm"&n; Samuel M. Melton, last year's Campaign chair¬ man, and several hundred other campaign leaders and workera will be honored at the cloaing Awards Dinner of the United-Jewish Fund at the Jewish Center Thursday, June 5. 8:30 p. m. Richard J. Abel, president of the UJF, in making this announce¬ ment, stated; "We hope this will be a gala occasion, marking a suc¬ cessful conclusion to our 1952 United Jewish Fund effort. Hun¬ dreds of workers have been pound¬ ing the pavements calling on people to let them know ot the causes for which the funds are raised and se¬ curing, In many cases, substantial Ihcreases. It Is appropriate that the community give these people rec¬ ognition. The United Jewish Fund is honored to do so. "This year we are aJao honoring Ralph Lazarus, president of the Dan Harris Re-elected President of Ohio Valley Zionist Region; Dr. B, T. Mindlin Sec'y; Dave Gaiser on National Council The 13th ojinual convention of the Ohio Valley Zionist Region waa held last Sunday at the Ft. Hayes Hotel in Columbus, with a majority of the districts In Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia and Kentucky well rep¬ resented. Key speaker for the occasion was Judge Louis E. Levlnthol of Philadelphia who described the Zionist cultural mission for survival of Judaism in diaspora. He stressed the need for a strong Chalutzloth movement as helpful both to Israeli and American Jewry. - Dr. B. W. Abramson of Columbus presided at a symposium discussing the ZOA, ita future, and Ua place in American Jewiah life. Discuss¬ ants were Rabbi Joaeph P. Stern- stein ot Dayton, Rabbi Nathan Zelizer of Columbus and Mr. Carl Alpert ot New York. The early session was presided over^byMr. Paul J. Gaiser of Day¬ ton, at which time the prealdonta of districts made their reports. Mr. Daniel Harrison of Colum¬ bus, was re-elected ununlmousJy as president. Eleeted na vice presidents were Meaars. J. Abe Llff, Dayton; Mar¬ cus Kornstcin, Charleston; Gabriel M. Cohen, Indianapolis; Louis Piser, South Bend. Mr. Abe MUler, Indianapolis, was elected treasurer. Secretory Is Dr. B. T. Mindlin of Columbus. Mr. Benjamin Piaer, South Bend, was recommended for the National Executive Committee. Mr. Dave Oolser of Columbus and Mr. Jacob H. Gilbert, South Bend, were elected to the National Administrative Council. Mr. Daniel Harrison, Rabbi Stern- gtein and Sanford Brealaw, In- dlanapoUa, will act as delegates to th^ National Convention, with Mr. William Olvets of Columbus, an al¬ ternate. Fund from 1949 to 1961. for many years a Board member, past chair- Ralph lAzanis man of the Allocations Committee and an active worker in all UJF activities. Mr. Lazarus leaves'Co¬ lumbus to .take up residence in Cincinnati aa Executive VI c e- Preaidf t of the Federated Depart¬ ment Storea. The declalon to honor Mr. Lazarus at the Awards Dlnher has been greeted with enthusiasm by people In all phases of communi¬ ty activities. "We win also honor Troy Feibel, who has been leading this drive, and SEun Melton, who led lost year's drive, Othera to be honored include workers In all divisions who will hiave Completed 100% coverage of their cards and the majors, captains, v i c e-chalrmen and chalrtnen." ' "Without a doubt, the UJF lAwordB Dinner promJses to be one^ ot the outstanding social as well aa philanthropic activities of the sea¬ son. For their exceptional activities In behalf of the 1962 campaign, <contlnu£d on pftKe 2) MIZRACHI WOMEN'S INSTALLATION SUNDAY Columbus Chapter MIzrachi Wopi- en will install its new ottlcera tor the year'Sunday, 2:30 p. m., at the Ahavas Sholom Synagogue. Re¬ freshments win be aerved, and an Interesting program has been pre¬ pared. Members and friends- are^, urged to attdnd this final meeting of the year. Word haa been reci.'lvBd from Is¬ rael that the packagoa of clothes recently shipped there by the Co¬ lumbua Chapter arrived In good condition and have already been put to use, having been given to tho many children who are the wards of Mlzraqhi Women, In schools and in the famous Kfar Batya Children's Village. MIzrachi thanks everyone who contributed new and good used children's clothing, to make thia shipment possible. RECREATION FOR AIR FORCE SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA) — Air Force personnel manning an Isolat¬ ed radar station on the California coast where no entertainment faci¬ lities, are available this week had received a complete'supply of rec¬ reation room equipment, the gift of B'nal B'rith Lodge 21 here. B'nai B'rith Centennial Convention Here June 7 To Attract 600 Men and Women Delegates The 100th annual convention of B'nai B'rith Grand Lodge, District 2, will be held in Columbus at the Deshler-Wallick Hotel, June 7-10. Everyone in Columbus will have the opportunity of learning about the vast program of B'nai B'rith at that time. More than 600 official delcgatca from eight states will participate In the deliberations, according to Jus¬ tin L. Sillman. general chairman of the convention. Most of these have already registered, he reports. The program has been completely outlined ^nd aH arrangementa have boen made by tho local committee. Hundreds ot men and women in Columbua are working to make the vialting delegates welcome and pro¬ vide ^or their comfort. HilleL Foundation at Ohio State University will be & major center of interest to all visitors. It is rec¬ ognized aa one of tho outstanding Foundations in the country. Tribute will be paid to the mem¬ ory of Edwin J. Schanfarber. a past president of the Distrujt and one ot the early leaders In the deve¬ lopment of B'nal B'rith Hillel Foundations. Aa president of the Dlstrlt-t, Allah Tarshish will preside at this historic convention. Mr. Slllman and Mrs. Joseph Schecter 'vice chairman), have as Jhelr committee heads the follow¬ ing group of men and women, ac¬ tive in the work of the Chapter and the Lodge: Advisory: Allan Tarshish, I. W. Garek, Mra. Harry Schwartz, Mra. Bernard Caplan. Finance-Budget: I. W. Garek, chmn; Wm. Wasserstrom, treos. Fubliolty: Herb Wise, chmn; Mrs. B. B. Caplan. co-chmh. Registration: Leon Friedman, chpin; Mrs. Milton J. Leeman, co- chmn. Seoretavial: Charles Ross, chmn; Mra. Maurice Sachs, co-chmn. Mrs, Schecter ¦ " ' ^^m 1 jH igM •-^ ''^T^SSI^M Jm ^^^^m WM Mm Mr. Slllman Banquet, LuneheoiiH. Hotel R«8' en'ations: Sidney L. Katz. chmn: Mrs. Theodore Schlonsky, co-chmn. Decorations: Mra. Sanford Tuck¬ erman, chmn; Mr. Abe Zacks, co- chmn. Welcome: Walter Katz, chmn; Mrs. Lou Robins, co-chmn. Supplies: Bernard Feitllnger, chmn; Mrs. Irving, Cohen, co- chmn. ^ -^ Transportation: Sam J. Solomons, chmn; Mrs. Jack Schilling, co- chmn. Messengers: Lloyd Graceman, chmn; Mrs. Albert Blank,.co-chmn. stein, chmn; Mra. Lqu Levin, co- chmn. Siiecial Gueats: Rabbi J. D. Folk- man, chmn; Mra. I. W. Garek and Mra. Allan Tarahish, co-chmn. Music: Jerry Grodin, chmn; Mrs. Phil Dolin, co-chmn. Entertainment: Lou Goldfarb, chmn; Mrs. Mel Furmon, i^p^i^famn. ¦' Membera of these commlttOip^ will be listed next week. This will be the Centennial con¬ vention for the Men's District Grand Lo^ge No. 2 and the 19th annual convention for the Women'a Hotel Facllltlefl: Harry S. Qold-Grapd Lodge No. 2.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-05-30|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Creator||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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